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Reply to Subroto

Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate it!

The vast majority of Indians are complacent about national defense and any
slight suggestion of it is immediately concluded as extremism....

You may not be an extremist but you sure are "wishful" about "unity" in an age
when even the Europeans cannot agree on common currency - but isn't that a
form of extremism?!!

- Srinu

"Dr. Subroto Roy" wrote:

> >"Dr. Subroto Roy" wrote:
> >
> >> The alternative to such insane stupidity is my proposed solution
> "Common
> >> Defence, Common Market, Common J&K", over time-frames of 1 yeyears
> and 5
> >> years respectively in that order.
> >
> >India doesn't need a 2nd Gandhi to save them now and unite India and
> >Pakistan....
> -- already answered;  I am not talking about "unity" at all, merely
> practical peacable arrangements in the long run...
> frankly we are tired of turning the other cheek to the world and
> >to our politicians.  We want to stand up for our own liberties locally,
> >nationally, and internationally.  We need someone who will struggle
> with
> us -
> >a Gladiator!!  We do not need an academic pacifist to tell us how we
> need
> to
> >march to the sea to find salt, etc....Indian race is already one of the
> most
> >pacifist in the world so why placate the madness?
> -- do try to read the article I wrote during Kargil referred to in the
> previous mail, published in Security and Policy Risk Analysis Bulletin,
> July
> 1999; its title should indicate my lack of "pacifism"; but I am no
> jingoist
> either.
> SR

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